An individual, living in India, falls in love with a girl belonging to a different caste. It is true; he has invited agony in his life. But on the other hand the very purpose of his life is this love he feels for that girl.
Due to his mental illness, he has a nervous breakdown and gets admitted in a hospital. There, he tries to hold the hand of a nurse. In that instant he realizes how similar their lives are. He learns that physical existence has some limitations and the invisible power is nothing but our own self in its quintessence and this is much more powerful than physical existence. In this complex tale, the protagonist finds himself in jail, accused for killing that very nurse; he wins over death by missing a fatal flight and he writes a book….
From the ISIS to a personal love story, from the fate of an individual to the social problem of the caste system, this book covers an array of areas through a story of one boy.
Rakesh Gupta was born in Gausganj, a village in the Hardoi District of Uttar Pradesh. After completing his intermediate study at a reputed school in the village, he moved to the capital of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow and completed his graduation and post-graduation in Business Management. Since his childhood, he has had a keen interest in philosophy, dharma and philanthropy. He has been encouraged to write because of many social evils including secularism, casteism and religious disputes that are rampant in the country. He currently lives in Lucknow and spends his life working for improvement the society.
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